The Special Senses Eye and Ear. Lecture 10. The special senses of the eyes and ears are SENSORY input devices. The eyes and ears detect sensory information from the environment. They are responsible for sending this input to the brain for interpretation.
The Special Senses Eye and Ear
- change in the environment
- device to detect a stimulus
- the interpretation of the stimulus causing some action from the body
Section through the eye
Dacry/o lacrim/otear, tear duct.
Cur/o core/o pupill/opupil
- Bi- bin- two.
-ician one who.
-phobia abnormal fear of or aversion to
An OPHTHALMOSCOPE is a device to
examine the interior of the eye
High Blood Pressure (HTN) may cause OPHTHALMODYNIA (pain in the eye)
A swelling of the eyelid is called
Plastic surgery of the eye to remove wrinkles is called an eye tuck or
pain in a tear gland
outer ear (external ear)